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HJSPLIT Tutorial - How to Join a File

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#1 Dan


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Posted 28 October 2004 - 10:08 PM

Download HJSPLIT here if you still dont have it.

How to join a file

After clicking on the 'Join' button in the main HJSplit screen, you will see the following screen:

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To join a set of files, just perform the steps indicated below.

(1) Make sure the set of split parts (set of files ending in .001, .002, .003, etc.) to be joined all reside inside the same directory.

(2) click on the button 'Input file', in the screen directly above, which will open the dialog shown directly below:
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(3) In this dialog, select the file you want to join. Then press the 'Open' button.

Information: please note that only the first file in the set of split parts (the .001 file) is visible in this dialog. Note that it is important that all split parts are in the same folder. When the other files which belong to the set of split parts (.002, .003, .004, etc.) are in the same folder, HJSplit will automatically find them during joining.

After pressing 'Open', the name and path of the file you just selected will appear in the 'input file' box, please see below:
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4) Press the 'start' button in the screen above. HJSplit now shows a progressbar with the title 'working'.

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5) Finally,you will see the message that joining is completed (see below).

That the joined file can now be found in the same folder as the split part (the .001 file you selected in step 2).

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#2 namaes


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Posted 28 October 2004 - 11:32 PM

Yes ginawa ko na kuya Dan... NAgextract pa ako para mairun.... Isinave ko na lang sa local disc C...
Salamat kuya Dan...

#3 AshYeLLow



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Posted 29 October 2004 - 05:37 AM

yes!!!! galing!!! :lol1

na download ko na!!! ang saya!!!

galing ng mga prof natin...KDan at Chacri!!!

the best!!! :thumbs

#4 leng



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Posted 29 October 2004 - 10:46 AM

oo nga eh...galing nila tlga...hehe...

#5 lovel


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Posted 30 October 2004 - 05:54 AM

ahh oo nga galing ng mga techer heheheh dbaest keep it up o!!! k dan and ate charci!

#6 msindependent



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Posted 30 October 2004 - 07:36 PM

NAKS!! ahahaha.....hindi lang pala fansite itong site na ito..kundi academic site din pala..whahahaha...

magakano tuition?? ehhehe....grabe..galing....

pero ito delimma ko...hehe..di ko pa rin mabuo...how many times ko ng ginawa..i guess i have to try it again and again..ahhahaha

salamat kuya dan and chacri!!!

#7 ChairC


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Posted 07 November 2004 - 11:26 PM

I'm sure most of you succeeded in joining the files. Ang problema, di niyo alam which file to play afterwards. Nasa directory na ninyo, hindi niyo lang mahanap. Well Here are two steps to be able to locate that file..

Mag-Windows Explorer ka muna.. Check out the attached picture

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#8 ChairC


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Posted 07 November 2004 - 11:28 PM

What File should i look for? How do I distinguish a playable file vs. a SPLIT file?

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#9 Dan


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Posted 08 November 2004 - 01:48 AM

Napansin ko nga, meron iba they were able to join the files but they got lost afterwards..This is very helpful!

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Posted 15 November 2004 - 06:34 AM

more on hj split, napansin ko kuyare yung file na sample.mp3.001 ay may con na rar file.. ewan ko lang sa iba, kase power archiver gamit ko, di ko alam sa winzip. inassociate kase ng power archiver ang *.001 file na power archiver rar file..dont wori pag gumamit kayo ng hj split ei makikita pa ren nya yung *.001 file, hehehe, pero pag inopen mo siya nga lang mag oopen ang power archiver, huhuhuhu.. :(

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Posted 18 November 2004 - 02:49 PM

what does invalid floating point of operation mean? it's not working for me :(\


#12 ChairC


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Posted 18 November 2004 - 04:17 PM

KDan, even blink is getting the same message.. Paki tulungan naman si Blink at Bubble.. pls.

Bubble, suggestion lang, isang beses pa ulit.. try downloading a small file, say the MYX VJ videos.. tapos, save mo sa isang directory.. pati na HJ split program duon mo isave..

So in total your new directory should only contain 3 files - the MYX files (say the 001 and 002 files and HJsplit.exe)..

After uploading them, use HJ split to join.. dapat may 4 files ka na on that same directory..

Try running the 4th file, yan ang Windows movie file na pwedeng iplay..

Try it again -- it's working naman for others, so dapat di ka magkaproblema.. also suggest that you run it while viewing the tutorial page - multiple windows nakabukas.. hope that it works - good luck

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